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Video: How to take Galaxy VM UPS out of Maintenance Bypass

Issue:
How to take Galaxy VM UPS out of Maintenance Bypass

Product line:
Galaxy VM

Environment:
All Product models, all serial numbers

Cause:
To protect the attached equipment, the UPS must be transitioned back on-line from maintenance bypass following service or other maintenance to the system.

Resolution:
Close the UIB (Unit Input Breaker)
Power to the screen will come on, takes about 1-2 minutes to boot up screen.
Push CONTROL, default password 1234
Select STARTUP WIZARD
Select Startup from Maintenance Bypass, now follow the instructions from the screen
After opening the MBB (Maintenance Bypass Breaker) you need to turn the Kirk key next to the MBB and remove the key and place into the key at the top of the UPS and turn the key so the UPS can now go online.

This video provides a step by step instruction on how to operate the Galaxy VM UPS from Maintenance Bypass mode to on-line mode, to allow the end-user to transfer load back to the UPS from MBP without interruption:



Also see article FA243120 to transition UPS into Maintenance Bypass
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